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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Venice?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $60 and $305 for one-way flights to Venice for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BCN Venice Sep 21 - Sep 24 $60
LTN Venice Sep 6 - Sep 12 $76
CDG Venice Sep 11 - Sep 14 $81
CDG Venice Sep 11 - Sep 14 $81
ORY Venice Sep 25 - Sep 27 $83
FCO Venice Sep 10 - Sep 13 $364
YYZ Venice Sep 5 - Sep 19 $565
LAX Venice Oct 4 - Oct 15 $665
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BCN Venice Aug 7 - Aug 14 $125
CDG Venice Aug 8 - Aug 26 $151
CDG Venice Aug 8 - Aug 26 $151
LHR Venice Aug 7 - Aug 20 $167
ORY Venice Aug 7 - Aug 9 $235
LAX Venice Aug 9 - Sep 5 $878
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Nov 9, 2019

You have to pay for the flight, then pay for your seats then pay for baggage and pay for water coffee or food.

Sep 26, 2019

Flight Perfectly fine for the reasonable fare. Roisy is so much easier to Navigate than CDG.

Sep 14, 2019

Smooth from beginning to end

Sep 9, 2019

Again I had a great flight with Easyjet and couldn't stop commenting on what a great service it was. Easy check in, comfy spacious plane and such friendly staff. All of that and great prices! Thank you!

Jul 5, 2019

Great flight except had to exit the back of plane down steps & walk to a bus that brought us to the terminal .

Jun 27, 2019

2.5 hour flight delay not withstanding it was a good flight.

Jun 25, 2019

Seats were uncomfortable and hurt my tailbone

Sep 24, 2018

Seats don’t recline, close together

Sep 24, 2018

The airport in Lisbon is troublesome but the flight was perfect.

Sep 1, 2018

Great

Aug 30, 2018

Great Flight

Jul 30, 2018

Great flight!

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Venice Flight Information

Traveling toVenice
Lowest Price$60
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingJetBlue Airways, Iberia, TAP Portugal, Air Europa, Air Serbia, Aeroflot-Russian Airlines, British Airways, United, Air Canada, Aer Lingus, Royal Air Maroc, SAS, LOT-Polish Airlines, Turkish Airlines
Number of Daily Flights
Airlines with Direct Flights

FAQs about Venice Flights

Which airlines fly to Venice?

13 carriers fly into Venice, so you have many options to choose from. Savvy travelers often recommend:

  • Air France
  • Gol Transportes Aéreos
  • Japan Transocean Air
What airport is best to fly into Venice?

You won't have to research flight options into different airports when visiting Venice. Venice Airport (VCE-Marco Polo) is the city's only airport, and is located 5 miles (8 kilometers) from the center.

Where to stay in Venice

An extraordinary escape is just a few clicks away when you book with Travelocity. Select from 1,544 Venice accommodations, then start counting down the days until you jet off!

Luxury rooms, luxurious sheets and fabulous service are what you'll discover during your stay at the Royal San Marco Hotel or the San Marco Palace - All Suites. More of a budget savvy adventurer? The Hotel Orion and the Locanda Casa Petrarca may be the ideal properties for you.

It's always great being just a stone's throw away from an iconic attraction. Fortunately, the Hotel San Marco and the Royal San Marco Hotel are only a short stroll from Rialto Bridge, Venezia-Murano-Burano. Book now and secure the best one for you!

Places to visit in Venice

Spending some time in Venice and on the lookout for new places to pose for your selfies? Why not head over to Rialto Bridge and St. Mark's Basilica? These iconic attractions provide extraordinary backdrops!

So many things to see and so little time. If you're keen to discover the best this city has to offer, add Bridge of Sighs and St. Mark's Square to your travel program. If you have an extra day to spare, stop by Doge's Palace and St Mark's Campanile too.

You're sure to be in awe of Ca' Rezzonico, a culturally and aesthetically fascinating local palace. Like some more options? You'll enjoy some inspiration, along with education, at Peggy Guggenheim Museum, which obtains, secures and showcases artworks to help contribute to the culture of the community. But that's not all there is. Grasp a better sense of aspects of the culture and spirit of the area by seeing and learning about Basilica of St Mary of Health, a local place of worship.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Venice

If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport bars and restaurants and less time navigating your way through security on your way to Venice, follow these handy tips:

  • Have your boarding pass and travel ID within easy reach. They'll be the first things you'll be instructed to produce by airport security staff.
  • Coins, belts and mobile phones must be placed in a bin for X-raying. If you enter the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be instructed to turn back and remove them.
  • Laptops and other electronic devices must be placed in a tray to be X-rayed.
  • Traveling with your favorite perfume? As long as it's not bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's stored in a clear zip-lock bag, you can keep it with you in your hand luggage.
  • Security personnel will likely ask you to take off your shoes before entering the body scanner. Wear a pair that you can take off easily. There's nothing more irritating than having to do your laces up over and over again.
  • Put any multi-tools or other sharp metal items inside your checked luggage. Security personnel don't permit these on the plane.

Flights To Venice

Every so often you'll see a building or monument listed as a World Heritage Site, but impressively enough, the entirety of the city of Venice has earned this label. Maybe it's because the city is named after an ancient tribe that inhabited the area back in 10th century BC. Or maybe it's because the city was central to the most important artwork from the Renaissance and the Middle Ages. Whatever the reason, you can rest assured that flights to Venice, Italy, which come in through Marco Polo Airport (VCE), will result in one of the most inspirational and enjoyable vacations you can imagine. And, when you book your stay in the City of Bridges through Travelocity, you’ll have enough extra money to explore every canal of this magical city.

Transportation from VCE

Don't be fooled into thinking your trip won't be first-class just because you found cheap flights to Venice, Italy. In fact, the epic nature of your journey becomes immediately apparent when you see your transportation options from the airport. You can literally take a water bus from the airport to other areas of Venice. This means hotels near Marco Polo Airport aren't essential, but they can still be helpful. This is because you also have the option of traveling by train, bus, or taxi when leaving the airport. With these options, you'll enjoy the benefits of the flights to Venice that locals have been enjoying all along.

Hotels Near VCE

As soon as your Venice flights land, you are going to want to jump in the closest gondola and float to your hotel as quickly as possible. Even though the airport is across Laguna Veneta from downtown, it’s just a short trip from baggage claim to boutique hotel. Here are some of our favorite hotels near VCE:

  • Hotel Canal Grande: With the eponymous Grand Canal on one side and a beautiful piazza bordering the other, this rustic hotel can easily transport you back to the 1800s. Inspired by Venice’s deep artistic history, the guestrooms are impeccably decorated with finely detailed touches such as Murano glass, golden-framed mirrors, and briar-root furniture.
  • Hotel Cavalletto e Doge Orseolo: Overlooking the enchanting Orseolo Basin in the old town center, the 4-star Cavalletto and Doge is in a perfect spot for an afternoon in Saint Mark’s Square. The attentive, multilingual staff delivers professional customer service—an ideal complement to the ample amenities and posh property.
  • Hotel Excelsior Venice: Situated on the shored of the Adriatic just outside of downtown on Lido di Venezia, the Excelsior is as much an oceanfront resort as it is an impressive home base for your Venetian vacation. With private beach cabanas, an on-site world-class restaurant, and Moresque castle-like setting, you might not want to leave the gorgeous grounds.
  • Hotel Metropole: Opulent and extravagant only begin to describe this amazing hotel on the Riva degliSchiavoni promenade. Warm tones add a luxurious luster to the décor of an already ostentatious hotel. With the serene Citrus Garden, epicurean Oriental Bar, lavish antiques, and compelling curiosities, the Metropole’s mystique dates back to the 1500s.

Things to Do Near VCE

Clearly, the main attraction to Venice is the beauty, history, and culture found between the multitude of canals. But, there are other things worth seeing on your Adriatic adventure, as well. Make sure to check out these fun things to do near VCE airport:

  • Torcello: This quiet refuge away from the city makes for the perfect spot to unwind after a long flight. Stroll along one of the many nature trails, or tour the Cathedral of Santa Maria and be awed by some of the most intricate mosaics the art world has ever produced.
  • Isola di Sant'Erasmo: Skirting the city to the north, Sant’Erasmo used to serve as a port for Murano and a defense fort for the entire area. Today, it is home to artichoke plantations and a tranquil beach.

Explore Venice

By bundling your travel with one of Travelocity’s vacation packages, you can save a boatload of money (well, maybe a gondola load) when you book your hotel and plane tickets to Venice, Italy at the same time. Plus, that will free you up so you can spend more time researching the exciting things to enjoy in the city. Grab a ticket to take a boat over to Murano, the Glass Island of Venice; or better yet, plan this trip out along with an excursion to the royal Doge's Palace. There's no shortage of historical landmarks, and whether you want to travel along the water to see the overhead Bridge of Sighs or prefer to stay on dry land at the Santa Maria GloriosadeiFrari, you'll find something that "floats your boat." Make sure you have plenty of spending cash, though, by booking your airfare to Venice, Italy on Travelocity.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Venice? Check out our Venice travel guide!

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.